Jensen case continued |

Jensen case continued

Couple accused of marijuana cultivation to appear in county court April 15

— The hearing for David Jensen, accused of growing marijuana in his Old Town home, is continued until 2 p.m. April 15, when both he and his wife, Marie Jensen, will appear in Routt County Court.

Marie Jensen reportedly has a medical marijuana license, but investigators say the couple was in possession of more marijuana than allowed by law.

At a March 24 hearing Steamboat attorney Kris Hammond, representing Marie Jensen, requested additional time to compile medical records requested by the Routt County District Attorney’s office.

David Jensen was originally scheduled to appear April 1.

Investigators report they seized 48 marijuana plants and about 8 pounds of dried and processed marijuana from the Jensens’ home Feb. 7.

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